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Election Day is Tuesday, Nov. 7th! This is your last day to vote! The hours of voting on election day are 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.

Check out the Bexar County Elections Department website, or  the My Voter Page from Texas Secretary of State to find a voting location near you!


Featured Resource

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Vote 411-The League of Women Voters site offers tools to help you be an informed voter.

  • Register to vote or check your registration status
  • See which races, candidates, and issues will be on your ballot
  • Read candidates' policy statements
  • Find out about debates scheduled for your local area
  • Sign up to be a poll worker

Countdown to the Election- November 3rd

The general election will take place on Tuesday, November 7, 2023. For this election, eligible voters must be registered to vote must register by October 10th to vote on November 7th. The mail ballot application deadline is October 27th. Early voting runs from Oct. 23- November 4th.


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Voting By Mail

How to Vote by Mail in Texas (absentee voting)


Registered voters can qualify to vote by mail in Texas if:

  • they are 65 years or older;
  • sick or disabled;
  • they will be out of the county on election day and during the period for early voting by personal appearance; or
  • are confined in jail, but otherwise eligible.

Submit an Application to Vote by Mail

You must deliver a completed application for ballot by mail to your county elections office. For the November 7, 2023 Election date, the last day for the early voting clerk to receive applications for a ballot to be voted by mail is October 27, 2023, in order for you to receive a ballot by mail. The application can be found on the Application for a Ballot by Mail website from the Texas Secretary of State.

For More information

Check out the Helpful Hints on Voting by Mail page on 

Recommended Websites

Elections and Voting Information- Research your Ballot:

  • Ballotpedia Covers local, state and federal politics. The content includes neutral, accurate, and verifiable information on government officials and the offices they hold, political issues and public policy, elections, candidates, and the influencers of politics.
  • The Election Assistance Commission  Election Assistance Commission features calendars, voter registration forms, in addition to surveys and studies about US elections along with the National Voter Registration Act.
  • VoteSmart  One-stop resource that provides factual and unbiased information on elections as well as local and national US candidates and elected officials.

Find Out Where You Can Vote:

Political Fact Checking:

Public Opinion Polls:
  • Gallup "Gallup delivers analytics and advice to help leaders and organizations solve their most pressing problems."
  • RealClear Politics Under the umbrella of RealClear Media Group (RCMG) – "encompassing 15 specialty areas of coverage, original reporting from our staff of seasoned reporters, live events, the well-known RCP Poll Average, and original video." Tends to steer right.

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